AGRICULTURAL LAND CONVERSION: DETERMINANTS AND IMPACT FOR FOOD SUFFICIENCY IN SLEMAN REGENCY

https://doi.org/10.22146/ijg.2394

Rika Harini(1*), Hadi Sabari Yunus(2), Kasto .(3), Slamet Hartono(4)

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Abstract


The research was conducted in Sleman Regency with 3 study area based on the extent of
agricultural land conversion. The purpose of this research is to examine the determinants of
agricultural conversion internally and externally, as well as the impact on the availability of
food, especially rice. The research was conducted by survey method and statistical analysis
regression Ordinary Least Square. The resultsof this research showed that the internal
factors which significantly affect land conversion is the price of land and land location in all
areas of study. External factors have significantly positive are variable population, land
conversion rules and land location, while the variable GDP in the agricultural sector
negatively. Availability of rice in Sleman Regenct zone 1 indicates the region from 1983 to
2025 for the population minus the rice sufficiency. In zone 2 region between 1983 and 2005
but it is still a surplus between 2006 and 2025 minus. In the area of zone 3 is projected
through 2025 the availability of rice is sufficient


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